If you have a fire or water emergency, please call us now at (816) 224-5300

To have the optimal experience while using this site, you will need to update your browser. You may want to try one of the following alternatives:

Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Protecting Those Who Matter Most, Clients.

12/13/2021 (Permalink)

Employee's working to keep customer's safe from storm When owning a business, you will want to ensure the safety of your clients. Be storm-ready by preparing your staff for what you expect of them.

Owning a business is a lot of work because employees and customers rely on you to supply their demands. A business owner won't consider the possibility that a storm will come through, and the owner will be in charge of their patron's life. As we know, Friday, December 10, 2021, the country was hit hard by destructive tornadoes. When a storm hits, you might feel like a rush to try and execute the plan put into place. This is how a business owner can help minimize injuries, property damage, and business losses. Follow these easy steps, and you can ensure the safety of your employees, clients, and yourself.

Plan in advance to protect people.

Being prepared for anything at a second's notice is the first thing that will make or break the outcome of a storm—being ready for an emergency plan detailing what a supervisor and employees should do to ensure the customer's safety. One of these critical elements to being storm-ready is finding the safest areas in the building. This area shouldn't include windows to prevent glass shattering. Another essential element for this step is to assign roles and responsibilities to supervisors and employees. 

Take Warnings Seriously and Act Quick

When you hear the siren alarm indicating the need to take shelter, your team will need impeccable communication to protect the clients. Sometimes a storm will hit randomly, causing little to no time to prepare for what is coming. Your team will need to have strong communication to try and prevent any customers from leaving. To ensure that everyone is going to stay safe during this difficult time.   

Other News

View Recent Posts